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SISIS Launch Two Re-Designed Products

2.43pm 13th September 2013 - New Products

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SISIS Rotorake
SISIS Rotorake

SISIS chose IOG SALTEX 2013 to launch two re-designed products – the pedestrian Dart powered vertical action aerator and Rotorake TM1000 tractor mounted heavy duty scarifier.

For the past twelve months, the SISIS team of engineers have listened to what customers were looking for with regard to the current product range. Following in-depth consultations with groundsmen, greenkeepers and course managers, they have made a number of key refinements to the existing popular products.

The SISIS Rotorake TM1000 is a tractor mounted unit which is now available with five quick release interchangeable reels to aid the removal and control of thatch and help reduce standing surface water by improving water infiltration.

Like other scarifiers in the SISIS range, the Rotorake TM1000 works on the successful contra-rotating principle for a clean, consistent performance with a selection of blades to suit key seasonal tasks.

Unique features of the re-designed product include a floating unit to follow ground contours, a range of five quick release interchangeable reels and optional spacing for scarifying, linear aeration, verticutting and brushing and a no tools required depth setting ensuring fast, simple adjustments can be made.

The weight of the collection box and material is carried by the main frame on the front roller and is totally independent from the reel, which means when the machine is in use, the additional weight does not force the reel to scarify deeper than the user has set it.

The SISIS Dart has been re-designed to incorporate two wheels at the front of the machine to improve steering and ease of manoeuvrability and a stronger, firmer chassis for durability.

The Dart has a maximum working depth of 100mm (4 inches) and a wide range of interchangeable tines making it ideal as a bowling green and golf green aerator as well as being suitable for cricket and ornamental lawns.

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